Not all CBD is created equal
The CBD market has grown very saturated, very fast. It’s not uncommon to find CBD products at your corner store, pharmacy, and even grocery store.
But just because CBD is more available than it ever has been doesn’t mean that all CBD is created equal. CBD isn’t regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), so the quality of CBD products can vary wildly between brands.
Below, let’s go through a quick checklist of things to look for when buying CBD.
1. A Certificate of Analysis (COA)
The bottom line with COAs is that they should be front and center on any CBD product or CBD company website. If they’re not, consider that a red flag.
A quality COA details the compounds found in a CBD product. It will include a heavy metals, cannabinoid, and pesticides analyses. It could also include information on contents in the product like terpenes and other compounds found in hemp. Read More >>